“Think God.” was the slogan was used to promote God in the movie Oh, God, Book II.
- What was the last completely silent film? The last American movie without a soundtrack released for general distribution was The Poor Millionaire (1930), directed by George Melford and starring Richard Talmadge. A few later films, such as City Lights (1931),…
- Who played the security officer who was killed off on “Star Trek: The Next Generation” (synd., 1987)? Denise Crosby was Lieutenant Tasha Yar, the security officer who was killed off on "Star Trek: The Next Generation".
- In what movie is this sign posted: “Welcome to Man-drake Falls/Where the Scenery Enthralls/Where No Hardship E’er Befalls/Welcome to Mandrake Falls.”? Douglas Fairbanks was referring to Adolf Hitler and Charlie Chaplin, who was getting ready to film The Great Dictator (1940), when he said, "This is one of the most fortuitous tricks in the…
- What was the name of the dinosaur bone lost by David Huxley (Cary Grant) in Bringing Up Baby (1938)? The name of the dinosaur bone lost by David Huxley was an intercostal clavicle.
- What movie did Universal advertise as “the strangest love story of our time”? Dracula (1930) was advertised as "the strangest love story of our time".
- How wide was the readership for Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons? At the height of their careers as newspaper columnists in Hollywood's Golden Age, Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons had together about seventy-five million readers.